Idioms about bus
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WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH busbussed , bust
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How to use bus in a sentence
A county spokesperson in Texas said that only 15 to 20 people were being placed on buses rather than the usual 50, and there were concerns about having large numbers of people sheltering in one place.Hurricane Laura is the strongest storm to hit Louisiana in more than a century|Sara Chodosh|August 28, 2020|Popular-Science
A school bus driver, Gladden was out of work for the summer.She Was Sued Over Rent She Didn’t Owe. It Took Seven Court Dates to Prove She Was Right.|by Danielle Ohl, Capital Gazette, and Talia Buford and Beena Raghavendran, ProPublica|August 25, 2020|ProPublica
Officers employed by the Metropolitan Transit System, which runs many of the region’s buses and trolleys, cited a man last year for failing to comply with their orders.
Last week, the agency responsible in San Diego for the buses and trolleys decided to pull back on a program to catch more people who ride without paying.Morning Report: Police Reformers Are Coming for MTS|Voice of San Diego|June 25, 2020|Voice of San Diego
Together they form teams that patrol stations, buses and trolleys.
Occasionally a pamphlet for a salsa class might be tossed on a doorstop or stuck on a pole near a bus stop.Iran’s Becoming a Footloose Nation as Dance Lessons Spread|IranWire|January 2, 2015|DAILY BEAST
The detectives learned early on that Brinsley had arrived by bus in Manhattan.
At the music studio, Brinsley would arrive by train or bus to break into the music scene.
In the video, the bus is getting searched by a cop with a German shepherd.Alleged Cop Killer Ismaaiyl Brinsley Had a Death Wish|M.L. Nestel|December 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A few children, settler children, congregate near what appears to have been the bus station.
Passengers are requested not to stand on top of the Bus back seats for smoking.
And the same goes for any other common carrier—the railroads, bus service, and airlines.
Buying an evening paper—wearing a waistcoat again—running after a bus—anything—it's all holiday.First Plays|A. A. Milne
Henri crawled under the bus, though the policeman was extremely anxious to keep him out.
Coming up she had sat on top of the bus and watched with wide curious, eyes the strange traffic of London.